My campaign to promote #thehumanrainbow – encouraging crafters to color multiple hues of skintones on crafty projects – has been going on for years now – just a few of the projects are collected here.
The first posts are all in Copic – at the end are just a few in colored pencil. I clearly need to do more in pencil! Click on any picture to get to the blog post with video!
Note that while some of these videos may say the Human Rainbow free charts are here on my blog, they’ve been moved into one set now over on my teaching site HERE.
Was great to recap all your video information, didn’t realise how much I follow your work as I have watched all videos you’ve posted before. Will be keeping this marked for future reference. You will laugh at my first attempt, the poor persons skin looked more alien encounters than human race, will keep trying . Stay safe, healthy and happy creating art x
Wow, this is so great I saved it on to my Pinterest page.
This post is such a good reference to go back to when I need some help or inspiration for skincolour.
Thank you so much Sandy for this awesome post and freebies.
Thank you so much for doing this!
Thank you so much for sharing these again. I did the first one when I first started using copics. It was a disaster, I did it again, about six months later and was pleased with the improvement. I think it’s time to try these again.
I am so happy to see this post and that the #humanrainbow is being circulated again. Whenever I see other card artists following suite I think of you and how impactful this campaign has been. Kudos to you for this effort; for the example you set; and for giving non-artists like me a road map to follow when trying very very hard to color ethnic skin. Love this post with so many example.
I keep your Human Rainbow and the “Good Times” hair and skin tones chart right with my Copic Hex Chart – and I refer to all of them regularly. So thanks again for all you do on so many levels!